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TARKASTAD – The annual rose show took place on Saturday at the Tarka Sports Club. Ashley Wormald, from Komani, was the judge and gave an interesting talk on roses. A competition was held between the 12 tables decorated for the guests, of which Alison Budler was the winner. Denise Raw won the champion rose, Mimsie van Heerden had the most points and Cornette van Heerden the most entries. A total of 316 rose entries were received.
RECENTLY , a group of women from the Tarkastad Women’s Agricultural Association visited Ronell Herselman on her farm for an afternoon of health discussions and fun.
NEWLY qualified Mind Moves instructor Trish King introduced the wonder of Mind Moves. Mind Moves is a proven system for finding the cause of learning problems and eliminating them by means of specific, simple-to-use exercises, while strengthening pupils’ learning abilities. This system was developed by Dr Melodie de Jager. Trish has her own practice in Tarkastad and will specifically target scholastic problems at this stage.
SISTER Susanne Bekker, of the Tarkastad clinic, spoke about the changes in the clinic and the availability of medication. Everyone’s blood pressure was taken and a clip on the warning signs of strokes was watched.
– Leon Venter is in Abu Dhabi coaching tentpegging. The Abu Dhabi World Cup 2018 is currently taking place.
Every effort is being made to promote tentpegging internationally and for the sport to become part of the Olympics.
of the Bible Society will be preaching in the Dordrecht NG Church on Sunday.
for the insurance cover of the Dordrecht Municipality buildings have been submitted after the buildings were severely damaged during protest marches. Restoration work should be starting soon.
Cotterrell took the Dordrecht High School grade 10 physical science pupils to visit the Dordrecht waterworks and sewage ponds recently.
WATERWISE: Elmien Cotterrell took the Dordrecht High School grade 10 physical science pupils to visit Dordrecht’s waterworks and sewage ponds
ON THE GREENS: Enjoying bowls at the Tarka club were, from left, Phillippa King, Frikkie van Niekerk, Colleen Elliott, Debbie Sparks, Lallie Killian and Wayne Porter. Matches started on October 25 and teams will compete until February
WELL DONE: Prize winners celebrate during the Raymond Mhlaba Senior Secondary School prize-giving in Tarkastad